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Thursday, May 28, 2020

Archive of Interviews: March 2020

You Can Do It!
Timeless Wisdom From a Trailblazing Businesswoman 
For Beyond 50's "Business" talks, listen to an interview with Joie Goodkin.  She offers inspiring stories that can help you grow your business or career, and soar higher and farther.   A role model for all generations of women, Goodkin founded, on her kitchen table, a countywide magazine in Florida, that she sold as part of a Wall Street underwriting.   She also created a printing, graphic design and publishing company recognized nationally for its unique service and willingness to try anything to meet a deadline.

From Burning Out to Burning Bright:
Get Your Life Back by Healing Your Thoughts, 
Memories, and Emotions
For Beyond 50's "Natural Healing" talks, listen to an interview with Jennifer Marcenelle.  She'll talk about feeling burned out so you can understand the signs and reactions which are normal and which are over-the-edge. Some of the things to watch for is exhaustion; insomnia; running thoughts; emotional outbursts; pessimism, where things that used to excite you no long hold an interest; and feeling like modern medicine doesn't have the answer for your symptoms.  She considers burnout a negative energy problem that can be addressed with an energy solution. 

400 Friends and No One to Call
For Beyond 50's "Personal Growth" talks, listen to an interview with Val Walker.  She'll talk about finding herself stranded after a major surgery after a major surgery.  As a well-established rehabilitation counselor, she was too embarrassed to reveal on social media how utterly isolated she was by asking for someone to help.  As she recovered, Val found her voice and developed a plan of action for those seeking to heal from the pain of isolation and created a solid strategy for rebuilding support. Drawing on both her own experience as well as the accounts of others who overcame their own isolating ordeals, Walker encourages us to break through our isolation and build community.

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